When it comes to full moons, there's a ton of crazy hype, myths, and general out-of-the norm activity associated with the days they occur. So if a full moon means the world is extra, it's only logical a blue moon means a whole different level of activity and myths. What then happens if you're expecting during the blue moon? Medically, not a lot is different to be honest, but there are a ton of old wives tales about babies born on the blue moon that are pretty interesting to think about regardless.
When it comes to babies born on blue moons, there are a few unique old wives tales, including superpowers, good fortune, chaos, and more. But in order to understand what exactly a blue moon is, Obliquity breaks it down as simply the second full moon in a calendar month. Despite what you think, a blue moon is not blue, even if that's what you thought Elvis was singing to. Actually, the really unique thing about blue moons is that they are super rare (like one every 2.7 years rare). So when you're taking blue moon myths into consideration, it's fair to take general full moon myths under your wings too. Because, why not? It's all captivating.
If you're curious what completely untrue but totally interesting myths are associated with your blue moon baby, you won't be disappointed.